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May 31, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - Netherlands' Marianne Vorthoren speaks to Reuters in an interview in Rotterdam,...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - Netherlands' Marianne Vorthoren speaks to Reuters in an interview in Ro.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06 - Netherlands' Marianne Vorthoren speaks to Reuters in an interview in Rotterdam, Netherlands in this May 4, 2006 file photo. Vorthoren, 27, who coverted to Islam when she married a man of Turkish origin, works for the SPIOR umbrella organisation of Muslim organisations in Rotterdam. [In local elections in March, immigrants voted in droves for the opposition Labour Party, helping remove right-wing councils in Rotterdam and elsewhere, a warning shot for the centre-right government ahead of the general election in 2007. About 10 percent of the Dutch population of 16 million is defined as having "non-Western" roots, 1 million of them Muslims, mostly from Turkey and Morocco. Among the young in the big cities such as Rotterdam, immigrants are in the majority.]
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